Discussion in 'Pipe Tobacco' started by SBritton, Apr 9, 2010.
Thought I would share this page.
Just in case I was having a hard time finding peanut butter flavored tobacco?
All I see is cherries in my face! Yikes!
The English sampler was the first tobacco I bought when starting out. It was pretty good and got me started in the right direction. Plus 10 ounces of baccy for $24 ain't bad.
I am always happy with trying new things. I dunno about peanut butter, but hell, why not?
Mmmmm. Put it in with one of the many chocolate blends and I have a Reese Peanut butter cup.
I dunno...love me a Reese's...but tobacco flavored Reese's???...
pipefriendCH on youtube did a review on these. he didnt like 99% of them lol
Thanks for the reply. Noted.
no problem if you dont know who he is then keep in mind that hes dutch, picky, and not a big aromatic fan lol
I'd try peanut butter over "Mimosa" any day. At least peanut butter would have a nutty flavor, but mimosa? What the hell does a shrub taste like? Hell they might as well offer marigold and dandelion while they're at it. Guess I'm just ornery today.
shrub?? a mimosa is orange juice and champagne
I.R.C. has a sampler page where you can choose 4 blends for 18.00 ...... http://www.iwanries.com/your-choice-sampler.cfm
Oh, I went to pick up a 14oz can of Carter Hall, great smoke. 19$
I also was going to pick up a 14oz can of Prince Albert until I saw "Long Burning" across the can. I don't need extra chemicals. Also its strange, the food store my wife works at sells a 14oz can for 17$. Then I was in walmart - yes I know don't harass - and the same can was 46$ there. What on good gravy's earth?
When I started back up with pipes 2 yrs ago, one of my first moves was to try out P&C's Hearth & Home Sampler, which was one of the smarter things I did. Smoking Pipes at that time had a sampler of McClelland Englishes, which I got. Unfortunately, but the time I got into VAs, they had discontinued their McC Virginia Sampler.
Park Lane and Chief Catoonah, among others, also have samplers, which are a whole lotta fun. Then Cornell and Diehl has a bodacious sampler program - they have an unbelievable number of wonderful blends.
It's got to be better than banana burly.
Oh my lord...
Not bad at all. The only place here that has CH gets $22.00 and change for a 14 oz can.
A lot of it sounds like it would put a diabetic into sugar shock!!!